Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
DBT is an approach to psychotherapy that supports clients who struggle with self harm, suicidal ideation or who have a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder (as well as general mental health concerns). When working with a DBT therapist, clients will learn emotional regulation skills, mindfulness skills, distress tolerance skills, and interpersonal skills.
[Individual & Group Classes]
Yoga therapy can be defined in may ways, however at the most basic level it is the application of yogic principles to support the clients journey towards a particular spiritual, psychological, or physiological goal.
Holistic therapy is an integrative approach to therapy which focuses on the relationship between the mind, body, and spirit as a way of understanding and addresses issues in on area of the client's life that may be impacting other areas negatively.
Psychotherapy, or sometimes called "talk therapy, insight therapy, counseling, or therapy" can help minimize, eliminate, or control symptoms associated with a wide varsity of mental health concerns and illnesses.
Supervision is an essential part of a clinician's growth and when done in a collaborative, supportive and consistent way, will lead training therapists to a deeper understanding of their role in the therapeutic relationship, a more skillful implementation of their approach of choice, and a stronger ability to assess the client's concerns and diagnose accurately.